The first kayak produced from recycled plastics in the United States. Eco friendly, versatile, and striking, the REPRISAL provides the functional balance recreational kayakers and anglers are looking for. Exceptional stability and handling make this kayak a sportsman's dream. Its light weight also makes it quite easy to transport. If you're looking to cruise, explore, fish, or combine all three this craft is the ideal performer. Abundant storage compartments give paddlers the ability to stow away items for lengthy excursions and a day of fun on the water. Each kayak also diverts over 60lbs of plastic from the waste stream.
Extra stable 10' hull design provides superior stability and precision handling in a compact easy to transport design
Pontoon shaped hull for top tier stability and tracking
Minimal rocker to prevent front to back rocking
Number of Paddlers
325lbs | 147kg
Assembled Boat Weight
65 lbs | kg
10 ft | 3.05 m
in | cm
Reprisal In Action
Recreational (Lakes & Ponds)
Slow-moving (Rivers & Streams)
Open/Ocean (Fresh & Saltwater)
The Uncompromising Strength of Osiris Recycled Plastics
Recycled High Density Plastic
Our products are made out of recycled high-density plastic. The high strength-to-density ratio provides superb wear resistance. Our plastic blend also withstands degradation from heating and freezing, making it an ideal material for various weather conditions and outdoor sports equipment. The recycling process does not diminish the chemical bonds and overall structural integrity of our final plastic material.
Our plastics are proven. Rigorous strength testing has shown that the recycled plastics we use to create our kayaks are every bit as durable as virgin plastics.
Our products aren't only helping to remove plastic waste from the waste stream, they are built to last and stay out of the waste stream for a very long time.
Tried & True Process
Rotational molding - also known as rotomolding - forms rigid, resilient hollow bodies by heating powdered plastics in molds that are simultaneously rotated in two planes perpendicular to each other. This process is continued until the plastic particles fuse in layers and reach the desired thickness of the end product. This is how the REPRISAL is made.